TABLE fifty-two Private Parties

The venerable TABLE fifty-two, located in a historic carriage house building in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood and known for its quiet location, beautiful décor and seasonal Southern cuisine, is also the perfect destination for upcoming spring celebrations and business meetings alike.

The intimate second-floor dining room can accommodate private-dining, large groups or receptions for up to 55 guests for lunch or dinner, and is well suited for graduation parties, showers and other springtime festivities.  TABLE fifty-two is pleased to open just for private lunch parties and bridal showers with no room charge (only a food and beverage minimum).  They can also accommodate daytime business meetings and team building sessions.   Such corporate groups can do business upstairs and then break for lunch on the downstairs level. 

Chef Art Smith has created a series of exceptional set menus beginning at just $60 per person and highlighting the cuisine for which TABLE fifty-two is known. Menus feature signature dishes like Low Country Shrimp and Grits: Wild Shrimp, Bradley’s Stone-Ground White Corn Grits and Spicy Tomato Stew; Berkshire Pork Chop with Garbanzos, Andouille, Golden Raisins, Leeks, and Harissa; and Art’s Hummingbird Cake, a Banana-Pineapple Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting and Vanilla Gelato, among other TABLE fifty-two favorites. 

Complete private dining menus available upon request.

WHEN:  Lunch events: Monday-Saturday 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM;
Sunday 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Dinner events: Monday – Saturday 5:00 PM – Close; Sunday 4:00 PM – Close

WHERE:  TABLE fifty-two
52 West Elm Street
Chicago, IL 60610
312.573.4000
www.tablefifty-two.com

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